Call us for help if you’ve received a traffic or speeding ticket in Missouri. We have extensive experience in helping clients deal with tickets in all regions of Missouri, including these areas:
To get started, fill out the form on our site, or call us! Typically cases can be taken care of within 45 days.
First, you’ll need to fill out the form on our site so we can provide you with a quote. We will need your contact information, your ticket number, the violation, and the city or county where you were ticketed.
Once we know more about your specific situation, we’ll be able to tell you more about your options.
When you give your consent to proceed, we get to work and enter a “Not Guilty” plea on your behalf.
Next, we negotiate with the Prosecution to see if they will amend the charge. The goal is to avoid points on your license so you can avoid increased insurance rates!
Once we have an amended charge, we will call and discuss this with you. Payments of fines can be done via check or credit card. When we receive your payment, we can then pay your fine and file your guilty plea to the amended charge.
You will almost never have to leave your house to keep points off of your license!
At MissouriTicketLawyer.com our goal is to minimize the fines and demerit points associated with traffic tickets. We will work to resolve your case in a satisfactory and cost effective manner. It may seem easier to just pay a fine and move on rather than go through the process of hiring a lawyer and contesting your ticket, but paying a fine is an admission of guilt! We believe drivers should not have to choose between convenience and exercising their legal rights. We make it easy to fight a ticket and protect your driving record.
MissouriTicketLawyer.com is maintained by lawyer Caleb Jones of Columbia, Missouri. Missouri Ticket Lawyer exists to help drivers protect their ability to drive. Although the firm is located in Columbia, Caleb has experience handling traffic law matters in almost every part of Missouri.
Caleb Jones is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Law.
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